Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Visitor Attraction


Guinness Storehouse Exterior with fumes PortraitThe Guinness Storehouse is right up there as the most popular visitor attraction in the whole of Ireland. Offering an absolutely unique chance to experience the history behind Ireland’s most famous export, the storehouse is a great destination for anyone visiting Dublin city whether you want to learn about the city’s history or just see one of the country’s most exciting attractions.

Founded in 1759, Guinness quickly became internationally famous as a symbol of Ireland’s strong culture and cuisine, as well as being one of the best tasting drinks anywhere on the market. The Storehouse itself was built in 1902 to improve on the original brewery at St. James’ Gate, and was transformed into one of the Top 10 Dublin Attractions in 2000 to offer visitors an amazing place to visit.

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Guinness Storehouse and cheap central Dublin hotels

Spanning over 7 floors, the Guinness Storehouse covers everything there is to know about the famous Black Stuff. Starting out in the world’s largest pint glass (enough to hold more than 14 million pints!), visitors head to see the process through which Guinness is brewed and start out with an early sample of the brew.

Exhibitions looking at the transportation methods that helped Guinness spread across the world and the iconic adverts for the brand lead to the 4th floor where you have the chance to learn about pouring the perfect pint. Over the years Guinness has come to be one of the most important ingredients in Ireland’s cuisine, and the Brewers Dining Hall shows off some of the delicious meals the drink has inspired.

Finally reaching the Gravity Bar at the top floor, you can try a free pint of Guinness while looking over a 360 degree view of Dublin city. An absolutely breathtaking experience that really gives you a new perspective on some of the city’s most beautiful areas.

Opening times, tickets and pricing for the Guinness Storehouse

To make sure that your trip to the Guinness Storehouse goes as smoothly as the complimentary pint you get with entry, we’ve given you some information about when the storehouse is open and how much entry is.

The Guinness Storehouse opens 7 days a week from 9:30 AM to 5 PM, and prices remain the same every day.

Adult Early Bird – 20% Saving
For entry between 9.30am – 11.30am only. Ticket valid for one year from date of purchase. Promotion ends 30 September 2014.
 €   14.40
Adult – 10% Online Saving, usually €18.00  €   16.20
Student over 18  €   14.50
Family  €   42.50
Student under 18  €   12.00
Senior Citizen  €   14.50
Children 6-12  €     6.50
All adult tickets include a complementary pint of Guinness (on presentation of valid ID). Under 18’s will receive a complimentary soft drink.

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Budget hotels near to the Guinness Storehouse

With 5 cheap hotels across the whole of Dublin, Travelodge has 3 star hotel rooms in some of the most interesting parts of the city to make sure that you can get our amazing hotel deals no matter where you want to stay. Our comfortable rooms all save you money with the best rates guaranteed while giving you a great night’s rest. Every room includes a free Wi-Fi connection, en suite bathroom, flatscreen TV and comfy bed.

Our cheap Dublin hotels are located as follows:

Travelodge Stephens Green Hotel – 2.3Km from The Guinness Storehouse – Book now

Travelodge Rathmines Hotel – 3.4Km from The Guinness Storehouse – Book now

Travelodge Airport South Hotel – 7.4Km from The Guinness Storehouse – Book now

Travelodge Phoenix Park Hotel – 8.1Km from The Guinness Storehouse – Book now

Travelodge Airport North Swords Hotel – 15.1Km from The Guinness Storehouse – Book now

Our Travelodge Stephens Green is ideally located for anyone wanting to experience the great attractions of Dublin city, giving you central accommodation on a budget price. Right by areas like the Gaiety Theatre our central hotel is perfect for anyone exploring Dublin city on a family holiday.

If you fancy somewhere a bit more natural, our Travelodge Phoenix Park Hotel is located right by Phoenix Park, the largest park in the whole of Dublin. Relax in a calming environment or head to the nearby Dublin Zoo to see some of the world’s rarest animals in an amazing natural environment.


Suggested Local Dublin Attractions

Whenever you stay in one of our cheap Dublin hotels we want to make sure that you see as much of the city as possible, so we’ve put together a guide to some of the best things to do across the city. With Dublin’s tourist attractions ranging from natural paradises to exciting modern areas there’s something to appeal to every visitor in the city.

Head to our Dublin Top 10 Attractions page to see some more of the best things to do while you stay in one of our budget Dublin hotels.

Dublin Zoo

Housing more than 400 animals over 28 hectares, Dublin Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in Europe and plays a significant role in the conservation of many of the planet’s most endangered species. Just three miles from our Dublin Phoenix Park Hotel, Dublin Zoo is open daily from 9.30am. Amongst the must see inhabitants of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates at Dublin Zoo are tigers, rare monkeys and gorillas.

National Aquatic Centre

To experience a whole host of water sports indoors under one roof, nowhere compares to the National Aquatic Centre. It boasts an international standard swimming pool, an Aquazone featuring adventure water rides, a children’s play pool as well as a wave pool for all the family to enjoy.

National Botanic Gardens

Located just 5km from Dublin city centre, the National Botanic Gardens feature an impressive array of more than 20,000 plants and dried plant specimens. Founded way back in 1795, the serene and colourful gardens are free for all the family to enjoy and an ideal place to relax and go for a stroll whilst admiring the array of plant collections.